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. his as a missionary and mind as a scientist in libya and saudi arabia. we talked about family, religion, business, energy, war, and peace, and the future of america. i will tell you this. and a loyals a good man, american. but -- [laughter] he brought the wrong agenda to massachusetts and he is the wrong guy to be president of the united states. governor mitt romney saddled massachusetts taxpayers with an additional $2.60 billion in debt and left them with the most debt per-capita of any state in america. in montana, that dog don't hunt. remember those words. i might ask you to say them. governor mitt romney cut higher education by 14% in his first year. which meant that college education skyrocketed for students in massachusetts. i guess that is ok if you can afford it. for the rest of us, that dog don't hunt. governor mitt romney raised taxes and fees by $750 million a year. i will let you in on a little secret. when a politician does not want to be honest about a tax hike, he calls it a fee. mitt raised taxes, i mean fees, on mental health services, and even on milk. but he
about libya or talking about yemen. the man knows nothing about those places either. >> that's right. but in this case, the fact that he knows nothing about it and has no policy difference with the president to recommend. he has absolutely nothing to say in relation to what the president is actually doing in afghanistan. so now to have a live fire war going on and to have a presidential nominee give his speech about where he sees his country going and to ignore -- to ignore that he has people in uniform in afghanistan facing fire every day, to ignore that is, i think, the biggest owe mission that any nomination speech has ever had. >> it is remarkable, i think. tonight's the night, lawrence. what does the president have to do to build on what's already happened in this convention. >> here's what we look for president obama speaking at his convention. this will be his third convention speech. three conventions in a row. his first was at john kerry's convention in 2004. that was the best speech of that convention by far. his second speech was four years later in denver. that was the be
in libya, egypt, or, you know, northern africa or here occupy wall street, do you have -- they seem to spring up and they kind of get -- they kind of disappear or get kind of coopted by the egypt case the military, in libya, i'm not sure, in tunisia i'm not sure what happened there. occupy wall street evaporates. why should you have a progressive political party to aspire to. is there a traditional political party that the protesters would consider joining, and or is it a kind of a vacuum at that level? >> there's a vacuum at that level because there why no political parties because of the party system has been destroyed. in a sense that offers something of an advantage over, you know, say occupy wall street because there's no structures to coo opt the protest movement. it wasn't be swallowed up by political party because those parties don't exist. yms obviously the danger of fizzles is there, and i'm scared of it. but the danger of -- not so much. >> okay. thank you. we wish you all good things. >> thank you. >> thank you all for womaning. -- coming. [applause] what we can do out i
casualty, moammar gadhafi is gone and the people of libya are free! so on one side of this campaign, we have a president who has made america lead like america again. and what is there on the other side? an extreme and expedient candidate who lacks the judgment and the vision so vital for the oval office? the most inexperienced foreign policy to run for president and vice president in decades. you know, it isn't fair. it isn't fair to say that mitt romney doesn't have a position on afghanistan. he has every position. he was against setting a date for withdrawal. then he said it was right. and then he left the impression that maybe it was wrong to leave this soon. he said it was tragic to leave iraq, and then he said it was fine. he said we should have intervened in libya sooner. and then he ran down a hallway to run away from the reporters who were asking questions. then he said the intervention was too aggressive. then he said the world was a better place because the intervention succeeded. talk about being for it before you were against it. mr. romney, mr. romney, mr. romney, here's a
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